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Sept 16th Covid-19 Dr. Reiner Fuellmich German Corona Inquiry Committee Summary of Findings to Date.mp4

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Published on 19 Sep 2021 / In News and Politics

Sept 16th Covid-19 Dr. Reiner Fuellmich German Corona Inquiry Committee Summary of Findings to Date

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ziggy784 1 month ago

"Gentiles May Not Be Taught the Torah. Inasmuch as the Jews had their own distinct jurisdiction, it would have been unwise to reveal their laws to the Gentiles, for such knowledge might have operated against the Jews in their opponents' courts. Hence the Talmud prohibited the teaching to a Gentile of the Torah, "the inheritance of the congregation of Jacob" (Deut. xxxiii. 4). R. Johanan says of one such teaching: "Such a person deserves death" (an idiom used to express indignation). "It is like placing an obstacle before the blind" (Sanh. 59a; 'ag. 13a). Yet if a Gentile studies the Law for the purpose of observing the moral laws of Noah, R. Me'r says he is as good as a high priest, and quotes: "Ye shall therefore keep my statutes, and my judgments, which if a man do, he shall live in them" (Lev. xviii. 5). The text does not specify an Israelite or a Levite or a priest, but simply "a man"�even a Gentile ('Ab. Zarah 26a). Resh La'ish (d. 278) said, "A Gentile observing the Sabbath deserves death" (Sanh. 58b). This refers to a Gentile who accepted the seven laws of the Noachide, inasmuch as "the Sabbath is a sign between God and Israel alone," and it was probably directed against the Christian Jews, who disregarded the Mosaic laws and yet at that time kept up the observance of the Jewish Sabbath."

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Rod of Iron 1 month ago

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